By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Genome British Columbia has joined a European effort to develop tools for understanding the pathogenesis and mechanisms of major human diseases, and has contributed $2 million to support its end of the project.

Genome BC said today that it will support the CanEUCre project, which is a partner project to the EUCOMMTOOLS program that has focused on mutagenesis in the mouse genome.

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